1 / 10       Möbius, 2014. © Luis González Palma. Cortesía del artista.
2 / 10       Nadav Kander, Fengjie III (Monument to Progress and Prosperity), Chongqing Municipality, 2007. © Nadav Kander. Cortesía Flowers Gallery.
3 / 10       Sin título. © Julio Zadik. Cortesía Estate Julio Zadik.
4 / 10       Sickle, Bandolier & Guitar, ca. 1927. © Tina Modotti. Cortesía Throckmorton Fine Art.
5 / 10       Lola Álvarez Bravo, Tiburoneros, 1950. © Centro para la fotogafía creativa, Fundación Universidad de Arizona.
6 / 10       Piñata, de la serie Casita de Turrón, 2010. © Roberto M. Tondopó.
7 / 10       Nidia Ríos, ca. 1956. © Alberto Korda.
8 / 10       Leche II (3). Año 2010. © Ana Casas Broda.
9 / 10       Luciana, 1994. © Mario Cravo Neto.
10 / 10       Boda en Coyoacán, 1983. © Pedro Meyer.

PHotoEspaña 2015

All is ready for PHotoEspaña 2015. The program of the 18th annual festival – which will take place in Madrid and other cities between the 3rd of June and the 30th of August, 2015 – will be dedicated to the photography and visual arts of Latin America, with an overview that shows its wealth, effervescence and solidity at the hands of its institutions, art centres, artists, experts, curators, collections and heritage. «PHE15 does not intend to make an exhaustive coverage of each country and historical moment, but rather to be a platform for showing the confluence, bifurcations and counterpoising of the medium of photography throughout the region over a century and a half – writes María García Yelo, Director of PHotoEspaña – It presents an overall view through transversal and theoretical positions, from the lenses of authors and the reflections of Latin American specialists, but also with approaches made by international gazes».
Under the title See you over here. Latin American photography, this edition will therefore propose 101 exhibitions with works by 395 artists, 52% of whom are Latin American and among whom there will be: Lola Álvarez Bravo, Tina Modotti, Mario Cravo Neto, Korda, Luis González Palma, Ana Casas Broda, Mariela Sancari, Paz Errázuriz, Graciela Iturbide, Pedro Meyer, Martín Chambi and Miguel Río Branco. Curated by specialists such as María Wills, the Hydra collective, Alejandro Castellote, Oliva María Rubio, Lucía Chiriboga and La Silueta, the festival will also include meetings with experts, books presentations, contests, award ceremonies, guided tours and viewings of portfolios, workshops, children's workshops and seminars headed by over 50 international experts. Coinciding with the major festival program the Off Festival and new Programme of Patrons of PHotoEspaña will be presented, inviting civil society and the business community to support photography.
Most of the exhibitions will run until the 30th of August. Further information is available here.

PHotoEspaña 2015 – International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts
various venues - Madrid and other cities (Spain)
3 June – 30 August 2015

opening times: various, depending on the exhibition venue
admission fee: various, depending on the exhibition venue
info: +34 913 601 326
info@phe.es
www.phe.es

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